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  • S.O.444
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    I usually tip anywhere from $2-5 depending on how long it takes and how fresh the pizza happens to be.

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  • StudChris
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    Originally posted by JSD73 View Post
    If you're that concerned with money why don't you go for a job in waitering. You can make far more than that of a pizza delivery guy and you don't go to the customer, they come to you. As far as tipping goes...it's the same as at a restaurant, %15-20.
    Actually that's not so much true. Before I got into LE and I delivered pizza, and loved it. I made just as much or more than my buddies who waited (even after gas), and I only had to deal with people for a minute at a time instead of an hour or more.

    As far as getting a crappy tip, well there are other times when you get good tips, so just add it up to Ying-Yang.

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  • JSD73
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    Yea, but who would deliver the pizza then? I will get another job when I get out of college, either LE or business, but in the meantime it would be nice if people didn't make it so miserable. Basically, being a college student it's either this job or minimum wage, and I can't afford to live on that.
    If you're that concerned with money why don't you go for a job in waitering. You can make far more than that of a pizza delivery guy and you don't go to the customer, they come to you. As far as tipping goes...it's the same as at a restaurant, %15-20.

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    Originally posted by Cypher69 View Post
    $5.00 weather they are good at it or not, they still have to make a living, and I do ok so I spread it around.
    Tipping is a touchy subject with me. I don’t mind tipping for good service but I have a problem rewarding poor service. I also tip a little more during bad weather.

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  • MaineSqueeze
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    When I was a teenager, like 12 or 13 , we ordered a pizza at a friends house, and we didnt tip much at all, being young and on allowance! And complained about the pizza, and had the driver come back, then on the second trip, they still got it wrong, so the driver had to make 3 trips, that took a period of 2-2 1/2 hours, and there was lots of attitude between us, him, and he only made like a dollar tip from us for three trips. The next morning when my friend woke up, his house, and 3 cars in the driveway were all egged. So that experience taught me never to **** off the pizza guy and leave a good tip. If you stiff them, you never know how much revenge they might want.

    Now that im much wiser, making a good wage, I always tip 7 dollars minimum. Before I was a police officer, I worked as a hotel valet for 3 years, so I know what its like to get tips for a living.

    But to avoid the tip, I usually drive the 4 blocks and pick it up myself.

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  • Cypher69
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    $5.00 weather they are good at it or not, they still have to make a living, and I do ok so I spread it around.

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  • ArkansasFan24
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    How much do you tip the pizza guy?
    $2.00

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  • blackandgold978
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    How much do you tip the pizza guy?
    Before this thread gets hopelessly hijacked.......

    Michigan, ask yourself this: How good was the service? I mean, did it get there in a reasonable time? (To me, 30 min. is reasonable. An hour is not.) Did the pizza get there hot? Was the driver a jerk at the door? Did he give you correct change?

    If the answer is yes to all or most of the above, then I'd say he/she deserves about a 20% tip. If not, then they deserve 5 to 10%, depending on how bad they were.

    No tip may not get your message across: The driver may think you are just a forgetful idiot. On the other hand, 5 to 10% says "You Suck!" quite nicely.....

    B&G

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  • michiganDT
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    Originally posted by PhilipCal View Post
    Probably a dumb question,but can't you find another job? None of my business, just curious.
    Yea, but who would deliver the pizza then? I will get another job when I get out of college, either LE or business, but in the meantime it would be nice if people didn't make it so miserable. Basically, being a college student it's either this job or minimum wage, and I can't afford to live on that.

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  • PhilipCal
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    The reason I posted here is you guys are one of the few other jobs where you are forced to go to the ghetto.
    Probably a dumb question,but can't you find another job? None of my business, just curious.

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  • michiganDT
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    The reason I posted here is you guys are one of the few other jobs where you are forced to go to the ghetto.

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  • PhilipCal
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    Pizza

    Originally posted by ElDiabloJoe View Post
    My IE Browser must be jacked up! I'd'a swore I pointed it toward officer.com/forums, but somehow I ended up at pizzadeliverguys.com/forums

    EDJ
    Glad I wasn't the only one. Just got done talking to you on another thread, then the "Pizza" thread.

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  • ElDiabloJoe
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    Is it any easier going to the ghetto and dealing with people you loathe for their get something for nothing attitude, since you get paid the same? For me, I drive myself mad sometimes knowing there is nothing I can do about it, nothing I can do about the fact that these welfare leeches are stealing out of my gas tank. Then they call back the store to LIE and say their pizza was cold, even though I know it was hot, and I have to go back out there several times. Does your blood boil when you have to go to the same place multiple times for the same crap, or is it easier knowing it doesn't affect you?
    My IE Browser must be jacked up! I'd'a swore I pointed it toward officer.com/forums, but somehow I ended up at pizzadeliverguys.com/forums

    EDJ

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  • t150vsuptpr
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    I have never, not once in 53 years of life, tipped a pizza delivery person.

    Then again .... I have never ordered pizza to be delivered either.

    I suspect a correlation exist.

    I do somewhat understand the frustration voiced by m_DT and have often wondered how in blue blazes anyone can make a buck delivering pizza amidst the cost of transportation, (gas, car, tires) and one's time?

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  • e-man
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    Originally posted by michiganDT View Post
    Is it any easier going to the ghetto and dealing with people you loathe for their get something for nothing attitude, since you get paid the same? For me, I drive myself mad sometimes knowing there is nothing I can do about it, nothing I can do about the fact that these welfare leeches are stealing out of my gas tank. Then they call back the store to LIE and say their pizza was cold, even though I know it was hot, and I have to go back out there several times. Does your blood boil when you have to go to the same place multiple times for the same crap, or is it easier knowing it doesn't affect you?
    I tip 3 bucks or so...
    Chiller is a cheap beyotch though. Dont go to his ghetto hole

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